What do Jason Day and I have in common? Lots. We’re both incredibly athletic, good looking to the nines, have great golf swings… mostly we both drink swingOIL on the golf course. swingOIL you ask? One has to laugh at the name swingOIL because most golfers I play with refer to “swing oil” or “swing lube” as a different liquid sustenance which typically comes in a flask and could be a substitute for jet fuel in a pinch.
What is swingOIL?
swingOIL is a golf supplement which comes in convenient to carry and store 3-ounce pouches. Inside that little pouch is lots of good golf in liquid form, and quite tasty too.
- GLUCOSAMINE (100 mg.) & 2 – CHONDROITIN (50mg.)
- TURMERIC (40 mg.)
- TAURINE (100 mg.)
- CITRULLINE MALATE (100 mg.)
- GINSENG EXTRACT (100 mg.)
- RHODIOLA ROSEA EXTRACT (50 mg.)
The glucosamine and chondroitin help with joints and stiffness, helping to keep the body loose and lubricated. Turmeric fights inflammation, something I battle quite badly. Citrulliene Malate helps with recovery. Ginseng, is an energy booster which helps with focus. Rhodiola Rosea extract helps relieve stress. Viagra helps with (just seeing if you’re really paying attention)….
swingOIL comes in three flavors: Strawberry-banana, lemon-lime, and orange. My personal favorite is strawberry-banana.
On The Course
You can’t make this up. Here’s my first experience with swingOIL, which I shared with my golf buddy “Shanego” who was in from out of town. We were golfing along and I’d forgotten that I brought along some swingOIL samples. On the 8th tee I busted them out. In the photo below you can see Shanego drinking a lemon-lime. I had a strawberry-banana. At three ounces, they don’t take long to drink.
We both hit great tee shots. As the swingOIL was apparently entering out systems we then hit two incredible approaches to the tucked, uphill green around a set of trees on the par-4. Shanego’s approach was left of the pin about 10 feet and mine about 5 feet right. We BOTH drained our putts for birdie. Call it coincidence or the swingOIL, but the numbers didn’t lie, hehe. Like I said, you can’t make this up. The only question was whether or not I’d have to drink one swingOIL for every hole I play the rest of my life…
I have to admit to having a little feeling of my heart racing. I’ve never done energy drinks or ginseng of any kind. So I did feel a bit wired for a couple of holes.
I’m capable of playing some good golf for around 15-16 holes. Then comes the “brain fart” where I lose focus and wreck the round with some bad swings. That lack of focus could be fatigue related, or simply just mental. Perhaps for me I can avoid that lapse and finish off some good rounds of golf with swingOIL in the bag.
I was horrified to see this tragic situation first hand, a couple of days ago. It was on the 5th tee.
What events transpired to produce this awful waste? What happened? Looks like the person got one bite into it and boom. End of story.
Was that dog #3? Just couldn’t have any more? Did the wife catch him on the golf course eating hot dogs when he was supposed to be at the gym and on a diet? Did Gary Player make an unexpected appearance and the dog-eater had to secretly dump the one-biter in the trash?
If anyone has any information… any at all, please contact me.
The forecast for this afternoon is 98F and sunny. I’ll be doing my best to stay hydrated and keep my concentration and energy level up with the help of some Swing Oil.
In my group “swing oil” or “swing lube” is normally in reference to another liquid refreshment.
I’ll be testing Swing Oil out over the next month or two and posting my full review soon. I’m playing so bad now that I’m tempted to not only drink this stuff but soak my clubs and golf balls in it as well. Hell, I might even pour some on my brain.
I’ve found a new gamer ball, one that fits my game perfectly:
The Emoji Poop ball above matches my Emoji Poop driver cover, which reviewed about a week ago.
Below is the Paige Spirinac ball:
These are part of the Emoji half-dozen pack which can be found on Amazon here.
When my golf partners watch me chip this is the ball that represents their reactions:
These would be a fun Father’s Day golf gift, though it may be too late to order these for Father’s Day unless you are on Amazon Prime.
Red alert! You have exactly one week before Father’s Day. Stay calm. I’ve got some great golf related Father’s Day gift ideas for you, most of which you can get shipped in time, or find in your local golf shop. I’ll cover a range of under $15 to about $500 so now matter how much you “love” dad, I’ve got you covered. Each item will have a photo and a link to the HOG review.
At $14.99 the Stage V Clinger Cigar Holder is a great gift. It holds cigars of varying sizes and clamps via velcro or strong magnets.
Between $65-$75 is a Snell Golf Father’s Day gift pack. The packs come with two dozen killer golf balls, an awesome hat, and two casino chip style Snell Golf ball markers. Snell Golf balls are designed by the engineer behind the ProV1 and many other high end “tour” golf balls.
These flip flops are incredibly comfortable. The padding under the feet provides a wonderful foot massage with every step. The joy dad will get for a mere $30 investment is huge.
I love my Emoji Poop head cover. It’s a friendly reminder of how good my golf game really is. Dad’s golf buddies will be envious. Under $30.
Fantastic golf shorts with an attitude featuring roughly 200 skulls. Dad will love wearing these at the stuffy old club. Under $60.
Class dad up with a high end golf polo from Devereux. Incredible fabric, performance and fit. $85 well spent.
Indoors or in the yard these are great practice balls. They fly a fraction of the distance normal golf balls do, and won’t break the neighbor’s window when you blade a flop shot in the front yard.
There are no better socks on the planet. I will not wear any other socks than Kentwool. They’re not cheap. They last forever. Their new game day version features colors of your favorite pro or college sports teams.
My current game bag is this one. It’s super light and very cool looking with no outlandish logos or marketing on it. Ouul is a new brand making some very cool golf bags.
Do you REALLY love dad? Then you can pony up the $500 it will take to get him the best golf laser rangefinder on the market, the Bushnell Pro X2. This is my gamer and I love it.
The best things in life are free. Point dad to the new Hooked on Golf Blog mobile app, available for both major mobile platforms. To find it, search for “Hooked on Golf Blog” in either app store.